Media’s Lies About Biden’s ‘Mental Fitness’ Finally Caught Up To Them

For three and a half years, Joe Biden’s handlers have hidden him from public view and kept him locked deep inside the confines of the White House or at Rehoboth Beach—far away from “we the people.”

For three and a half years, Biden has barely averaged more than a 30-hour work week and has almost never said anything without the assistance of a teleprompter or a notecard. When he does speak, he gives terse remarks that rarely last more than 15 minutes and are almost never in prime time, meaning his audience is negligible.

This is deliberate.

His handlers want to ensure that he has the fewest number of eyeballs on him and hope that no one will notice the alarming frequency of his gaffes, while the leftist corporate media runs cover for him.

For three and a half years, Biden has seldom answered any questions from the press or done any serious interviews. And when he does “take questions,” he already has the answers written down in front of him from pre-selected reporters.

For three and a half years, we have watched Biden fall up the steps of Air Force One, take a tumble off his bicycle, trip on a sandbag on stage at the Air Force Academy Graduation in Colorado—speak in a language that is incomprehensible to most humans, seem confused about how to exit a stage, wander around aimlessly in public, and have a staffer dressed as the Easter Bunny usher the flailing president away from reporters.

Yet, during the entire duration of Biden’s presidency, we were told by the likes of CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, the New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR and scores of other left-wing outlets that Biden was fully with it.

But outside of the consumers of the legacy media, no one should have been surprised that on a summer night in Atlanta, Biden delivered what will go down not only as the worst debate performance of any president in United States history—but quite possibly the worst debate performance that any politician has ever given at any point in history, anywhere in the world.

It was clear almost immediately that Biden was in for a rough night.

He spewed one non-sequitur after another. He spoke in a soft, raspy, and often unintelligible cadence and repeatedly lost his train of thought. At one point, he froze for several seconds before randomly saying, “We finally beat Medicare.”

When he wasn’t speaking, the CNN cameras often panned away from his face, so the audience wouldn’t see him staring blankly into the abyss. It often appeared as though he did not know where he was.

At other times, Biden appeared to be surreptitiously looking down at his notes, even though the debate rules made it clear they weren’t allowed to bring any materials with them to the stage.

And while the moderators were surprisingly neutral, it still wouldn’t surprise anyone if Biden had received advance notice of the questions—just as he has throughout the duration of his presidency.

In fact, in what may have been a slip of the tongue, CNN’s Erin Burnett even admitted as much after the debate that Biden knew, “every one of these questions is coming.”

When Biden did manage to cobble together a couple sentences, they were short on substance and had virtually no merit or resemblance to reality.

Biden absurdly claimed that no members of the military were killed during his presidency, apparently forgetting the Afghanistan debacle that led to the deaths of 13 U.S. service members. Or the time this past January, when three more U.S. service members were killed and 25 more were injured in a drone attack in northeast Jordan near the Syrian border.

When the topic of abortion came up, Biden bizarrely talked about women getting raped by members of their own family, including by their “brothers and sisters.”

For Donald Trump’s part, he was calm and measured. He brilliantly articulated the contrast between his own record as president compared to Biden’s—including the strong economy he presided over, inflation that was under control, jobs that were returning from overseas, new trade agreements, a border that was secure, a country that was energy independent, a foreign policy that saw no wars and peace agreements in the Middle East, NATO countries that agreed to contribute more—and a leader who was both feared and respected.

According to a post-debate CNN poll conducted by SSRS, 67 percent of respondents said Trump was the clear winner, while just 33 percent thought Biden was the winner.

If the respondents were being honest, 100 percent would have said that Trump was the winner.

But perhaps the most terrifying part of all of this is that our adversaries saw a weak, frail and cognitively impaired man who made very little sense and had to be led off the stage by his wife. Barring a disaster, he will remain president for at least another seven months.

That should terrify everyone who cares about the safety and security of our country and the world.

And the media deserves full responsibility for trying their damnedest to cover it up.

David Keltz is the author of The Campaign of his Life and Media Bias in the Trump Presidency and the Extinction of the Conservative Millennial.” His writing has been published in The American Spectator, RealClearPolitics, American Greatness, the Federalist, the American Thinker, and the New York Daily News, among other publications.

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  1. It is now without question that Biden is the “President” in title only. No one could believe the fantasy that Biden is cogent enough to manage the United States. So: Who is the President? Republic or Democracy, you elected someone but you got someone else. Don’t you deserve to know?

  2. This is a national security crisis. Clearly, Biden is incompetent and our enemies can and probably are taking full advantage of this. He needs to be 25th amendment’ed out. Let them have their DEI president. Let them put her on the ticket. They made their bed, let them lie in it.

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